Frank J. wonders
(among other things):
So are the Koch brothers a real thing or just the name the left has given the screeching demons inside their heads?
Both. I think the answer is both.
Jonah Goldberg ponders
the recent uproar about Arizona's failed effort to
legalize a business's (theoretical) refusal to do business with a
customer for religious reasons. (Which got translated in most media
Future historians will likely be flummoxed by the moment we’re living in. In what amounts to less than a blink of an eye in the history of Western civilization, homosexuality has gone from a diagnosed mental disorder to something to be celebrated — or else.
Indeed, the rush to mandatory celebration is so intense, refusal is now considered tantamount to a crime. And, in some rare instances, an actual crime if the right constable or bureaucrat concludes that you have uttered “hate speech.”
"Progressives" used to whine about religious types "imposing their morality" on others. Now the shoe's on the other foot.
Tom McGuire is a fine responder
to this morning's NYT editorial advocating a hefty minimum wage
increase. The editorial asserts: "Paying workers more can help companies
lower turnover and improve productivity."
You really should Read the Whole Thing™, but Tom's response is neatly summarized by his headline: "From The People We Look To For Business Advice".